Localizing Global Agendas – Social focus; key to leave no one behind

20 Jun, Stockholm, Sweden Bonniers Konsthall Torsgatan 19, 113 21 Stockholm, Sweden 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Organized by The Swedish Independent Think Tank Global Utmaning (Global Challenge)
Posted by Fabienne Perucca, UN-Habitat

A full-day conference on Localizing Global Agendas – Social focus will highlight success factors and strategies to deliver on Sustainable Development Goals, and particularly how national policies can serve as tools for local implementation.

Sweden is considered to be one of the countries in the best position to deliver on the 2030 Agenda and reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including the global Climate Agreement (COP21) and the New Urban Agenda (NUA). Sweden has also committed to taking leadership for sustainable development in the coming decades, by initiating a high-level "champions" group of nine countries.    

However, our footprint is among the highest in the world. Therefore, local implementation of the global agendas will be key, in Sweden as well as globally, if we are to deliver on the commitments. While many actors and institutions have taken on independent roles to lead the way forward – national leadership must be strengthened and adequately prioritise, minimise obstacles, and support local implementation. By leading the way at home, Sweden can be a global source of inspiration, show good examples and provide tools to support local implementation globally. 

Global Utmaning has identified four areas of particular importance for local implementation of global agendas; global health and well-being, urban development, youth participation and sustainable financing. In four parallel sessions we will discuss how national policies, strategies and recommendations can serve as tools for local implementation. 

On this occasion the new report 12 Pathways to Global Health – From Evidence to Policy will be launched. It calls for a social and local focus in the implementation of the global agendas, in order to leave no one behind. 

The conference is organised together with a wide range of Swedish and global collaborative partners and will gather a large multi-stakeholder participation. 

Register here:  https://localizingglobalagendas-2.confetti.events/signup

 

Programme:

Programme:

9.00 - Registration and coffee

9.15 - Welcome
Johan Hassel (Moderator), CEO, Global Utmaning

9.30 - Keynote
Jeffrey Sachs, Professor Earth Institute Columbia University (via link)

9.45 – High level panel: Global integrated perspectives
Strategies & success factors in implementing the SDGs
Ulrika Modéer, State Secretary International Development Cooperation
Aart De Geus, President, Bertelsmann Stiftung
Henrik Henriksson, CEO, Scania
Johan Rockström, Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre 

10.45 – High level panel: Local implementation
Local authorities’ importance for the implementation of the SDGs
Parks Tau, President United Cities and Local Governments 
Hans Magnusson, Acting Director International Organisations and Policy Support, Sida
Kerry Constabile, First Officer 2030 Agenda, UN Secretary General's Office
Christer Larsson, Director of City Planning Malmö, INTA, Nordic City Network
Elin Andersdotter Fabre, Global Utmaning

11.45 – High level panel: Social focus key to leave no one behind
From evidence to policy in implementing the SDGs: Launch of Global Utmaning report "12 Pathways to Global Health – From Evidence to Policy "
Carlos Dora, Coordinator Interventions for Healthy Environment, WHO
Kristina Ljungros, Chair RFSU, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)
Fredrik Saboonchi, Professor in Public Health, Red Cross University College
Tobias Alfvén, Docent, Karolinska Institutet
Rosanna Färnman, Global Utmaning

12.45 – Key note
Karolina Skog, Minister for the Environment

13.00 – Lunch break

13.20 – Introduction to Bonnier Art exhibition
Magnus af Petersens , Director, Bonniers Konsthall
Guided tour of exhibitions (please register)

14.00 – Parallel sessions
Upon special registration only

(A) National Urban Forum: Towards a National Urban Policy

The overall objective of the National Urban Forum is to raise the profile of local implementation of the global agendas at the country level towards improved sustainable urbanization strategies, policies and programs, through a highly participative format strongly encouraging feedback and input from all attendees.

The expected outcomes of the forum are knowledge base building – capacity building, tools and national support for implementation, engagement – a permanent multi-stakeholder platform, awareness raising – putting the local and urban dimensions at the centre of national priorities, and policy advice – elaborating on a National Urban Policy. 

The focus of this National Urban Forum will be the multi-stakeholder formulation of a National Urban Policy. It will serve as input to the Governments’ initiatives and be a platform for safeguarding the adequacy and implementation of policy at the local level.

Among the participants:
Karolina Skog, Minister for the Environment
Kerry Constabile, First Officer 2030 Agenda, UN Secretary General's Office
Jane Reid, National Urban Policy Expert UN-Habitat
Carlos Dora, Coordinator of Interventions for Healthy Environment, WHO
Regitze Hess, International Federation for Housing and Planning
Christer Larsson, Director of City Planning Malmö, INTA, Nordic City Network
Anna Graaf, Sustainability Director White Architects
Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Jeet Misry,  Urban expert WWF
Peter Wasström, Head International Services Lantmäteriet
Helena Olsson, SKL International
Shea Hagy, HSB Living Lab/Chalmers University of Technology

(B) From Evidence to Policy: Towards a Swedish Strategy for Social Development and Global Health
Global health and social well-being emphasises cross-border health issues and involves many disciplines within and outside health sciences. Hence, it is crucial that health and well-being is an important and integrated part of all Swedish international development cooperation and foreign policy. 

The discussion will provide a platform to explore and exchange ideas, discuss Sweden's added-value, comparative advantages, and how experts can jointly provide input and guidance for global health to be an integrated part of policy. We will gather cross-sectoral experiences and knowledge, and use the report 12 Pathways to Global Health – From Evidence to Policy as point of departure for discussions. The session will include introductory speakers, followed by smaller group discussions, and a concluding discussion with the intention to draft joint recommendations from experts on going forward in the SDG-era.

Among the participants:
Gun-Britt Andersson, Chair EBA, Senior adviser Global Utmaning
Kristina Ljungros, Chair, RFSU, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)
Fredrik Saboonchi, Professor in Public Health, Red Cross University College
Sofia Lindegren, Klimatgruppen, Läkarförbundet
Gabriella Sandstig, Universitetslektor, Göteborgs universitet
Kristina Ljungros, chair, RFSU, Member of IPPF
Tobias Alfvén, Docent, Karolinska Institutet 
Kristian Kvint, Centrum för Antibiotikaresistensforskning (CARe), Göteborgs universitet
Göran Tomson, Senior adviser, Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation (SIGHT), Kungliga Vetenskapsakademin
Johan Dahlstrand, Operational manager, SIGHT, Kungliga Vetenskapsakademin
Helena Nordenstedt, Assistant professor, Karolinska Institutet and public educator, Gapminder Foundation

(C) Long-term Implementation: Recommendations by the '1.8 Billion Generation'
”The largest generation of young people in human history can become the problem-solving producers, creators, entrepreneurs, change agents and leaders of the common decades” (UNFPA, The power of 1,8 Billion).

UNSCR 2250 is the first resolution that deals specifically with the role of young people concerning issues of peace and security. Developing the important role youth can play will be a key aspect of the sustainability and inclusiveness of implementation. Translating UNSCR 2250 into action will be essential to meet the global agendas and transform society towards long-term sustainability for generations to come.

Particular focus on SDG 11, 16 and 17. The New Urban Agenda show clear examples of resolving conflicts at the local level by engaging youth to lead positive change in their own communities. The “1,8 billion generation” therefore commit to formulate a set of recommendations to policymakers to move in the right direction, pin-point priorities and highlight gaps, to support Swedish UNSCR 2250 implementation.

Among the participants:
Anna Lekvall, Fryshuset/PDI
Hanna Kroksson, LSU
Anton Alsander, FORUM
Linnéa Lundmark, SDSN Youth Northern Europe
Banafsheh Hejazi, City of Stockholm
Viktor Sundman, UNA Sweden

(D) Sucess Factors behind Progress - How do we reach and finance the SDGs?
Aart De Geus, Bertelsmann Stiftung
Mats Ringborg, Ambassador
Kajsa B Olofsgård, Ambassador 
Maja Brisvall, Quantified Planet
Johan Hassel, CEO Global Utmaning

16.30 – End of programme

16.30 – Urban walk
To the boat at Grand Hotel

17.30 – Urban boat tour 
To the city of Vaxholm

19.00 – Official reception 
Inauguration of Global Goals Lab

2017-06-20 9:00 AM 2017-06-20 4:30 PM Europe/London Localizing Global Agendas – Social focus; key to leave no one behind A full-day conference on Localizing Global Agendas – Social focus will highlight success factors and strategies to deliver on Sustainable Development Goals, and particularly how national policies can serve as tools for local implementation. Sweden is considered to be one of the countries in the best position to deliver on the 2030 Agenda and reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including the global Climate Agreement (COP21) and the New Urban Agenda (NUA). Sweden has also committed to taking leadership for sustainable development in the coming decades, by initiating a high-level "champions" group of nine countries.     However, our footprint is among the highest in the world. Therefore, local implementation of the global agendas will be key, in Sweden as well as globally, if we are to deliver on the commitments. While many actors and institutions have taken on independent roles to lead the way forward – national leadership must be strengthened and adequately prioritise, minimise obstacles, and support local implementation. By leading the way at home, Sweden can be a global source of inspiration, show good examples and provide tools to support local implementation globally.  Global Utmaning has identified four areas of particular importance for local implementation of global agendas; global health and well-being, urban development, youth participation and sustainable financing. In four parallel sessions we will discuss how national policies, strategies and recommendations can serve as tools for local implementation.  On this occasion the new report 12 Pathways to Global Health – From Evidence to Policy will be launched. It calls for a social and local focus in the implementation of the global agendas, in order to leave no one behind.  The conference is organised together with a wide range of Swedish and global collaborative partners and will gather a large multi-stakeholder participation.  Register here:  https://localizingglobalagendas-2.confetti.events/signup   Programme: Programme: 9.00 - Registration and coffee 9.15 - WelcomeJohan Hassel (Moderator), CEO, Global Utmaning 9.30 - KeynoteJeffrey Sachs, Professor Earth Institute Columbia University (via link) 9.45 – High level panel: Global integrated perspectivesStrategies & success factors in implementing the SDGsUlrika Modéer, State Secretary International Development CooperationAart De Geus, President, Bertelsmann StiftungHenrik Henriksson, CEO, ScaniaJohan Rockström, Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre  10.45 – High level panel: Local implementationLocal authorities’ importance for the implementation of the SDGsParks Tau, President United Cities and Local Governments Hans Magnusson, Acting Director International Organisations and Policy Support, SidaKerry Constabile, First Officer 2030 Agenda, UN Secretary General's OfficeChrister Larsson, Director of City Planning Malmö, INTA, Nordic City NetworkElin Andersdotter Fabre, Global Utmaning 11.45 – High level panel: Social focus key to leave no one behindFrom evidence to policy in implementing the SDGs: Launch of Global Utmaning report "12 Pathways to Global Health – From Evidence to Policy "Carlos Dora, Coordinator Interventions for Healthy Environment, WHOKristina Ljungros, Chair RFSU, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)Fredrik Saboonchi, Professor in Public Health, Red Cross University CollegeTobias Alfvén, Docent, Karolinska InstitutetRosanna Färnman, Global Utmaning 12.45 – Key noteKarolina Skog, Minister for the Environment 13.00 – Lunch break 13.20 – Introduction to Bonnier Art exhibitionMagnus af Petersens , Director, Bonniers KonsthallGuided tour of exhibitions (please register) 14.00 – Parallel sessions Upon special registration only (A) National Urban Forum: Towards a National Urban Policy The overall objective of the National Urban Forum is to raise the profile of local implementation of the global agendas at the country level towards improved sustainable urbanization strategies, policies and programs, through a highly participative format strongly encouraging feedback and input from all attendees. The expected outcomes of the forum are knowledge base building – capacity building, tools and national support for implementation, engagement – a permanent multi-stakeholder platform, awareness raising – putting the local and urban dimensions at the centre of national priorities, and policy advice – elaborating on a National Urban Policy.  The focus of this National Urban Forum will be the multi-stakeholder formulation of a National Urban Policy. It will serve as input to the Governments’ initiatives and be a platform for safeguarding the adequacy and implementation of policy at the local level. Among the participants:Karolina Skog, Minister for the EnvironmentKerry Constabile, First Officer 2030 Agenda, UN Secretary General's OfficeJane Reid, National Urban Policy Expert UN-HabitatCarlos Dora, Coordinator of Interventions for Healthy Environment, WHORegitze Hess, International Federation for Housing and PlanningChrister Larsson, Director of City Planning Malmö, INTA, Nordic City NetworkAnna Graaf, Sustainability Director White ArchitectsThomas Elmqvist, Stockholm Resilience CentreJeet Misry,  Urban expert WWFPeter Wasström, Head International Services LantmäterietHelena Olsson, SKL InternationalShea Hagy, HSB Living Lab/Chalmers University of Technology (B) From Evidence to Policy: Towards a Swedish Strategy for Social Development and Global HealthGlobal health and social well-being emphasises cross-border health issues and involves many disciplines within and outside health sciences. Hence, it is crucial that health and well-being is an important and integrated part of all Swedish international development cooperation and foreign policy.  The discussion will provide a platform to explore and exchange ideas, discuss Sweden's added-value, comparative advantages, and how experts can jointly provide input and guidance for global health to be an integrated part of policy. We will gather cross-sectoral experiences and knowledge, and use the report 12 Pathways to Global Health – From Evidence to Policy as point of departure for discussions. The session will include introductory speakers, followed by smaller group discussions, and a concluding discussion with the intention to draft joint recommendations from experts on going forward in the SDG-era. Among the participants:Gun-Britt Andersson, Chair EBA, Senior adviser Global UtmaningKristina Ljungros, Chair, RFSU, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)Fredrik Saboonchi, Professor in Public Health, Red Cross University CollegeSofia Lindegren, Klimatgruppen, LäkarförbundetGabriella Sandstig, Universitetslektor, Göteborgs universitetKristina Ljungros, chair, RFSU, Member of IPPFTobias Alfvén, Docent, Karolinska Institutet Kristian Kvint, Centrum för Antibiotikaresistensforskning (CARe), Göteborgs universitetGöran Tomson, Senior adviser, Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation (SIGHT), Kungliga VetenskapsakademinJohan Dahlstrand, Operational manager, SIGHT, Kungliga VetenskapsakademinHelena Nordenstedt, Assistant professor, Karolinska Institutet and public educator, Gapminder Foundation (C) Long-term Implementation: Recommendations by the '1.8 Billion Generation'”The largest generation of young people in human history can become the problem-solving producers, creators, entrepreneurs, change agents and leaders of the common decades” (UNFPA, The power of 1,8 Billion). UNSCR 2250 is the first resolution that deals specifically with the role of young people concerning issues of peace and security. Developing the important role youth can play will be a key aspect of the sustainability and inclusiveness of implementation. Translating UNSCR 2250 into action will be essential to meet the global agendas and transform society towards long-term sustainability for generations to come. Particular focus on SDG 11, 16 and 17. The New Urban Agenda show clear examples of resolving conflicts at the local level by engaging youth to lead positive change in their own communities. The “1,8 billion generation” therefore commit to formulate a set of recommendations to policymakers to move in the right direction, pin-point priorities and highlight gaps, to support Swedish UNSCR 2250 implementation. Among the participants:Anna Lekvall, Fryshuset/PDIHanna Kroksson, LSUAnton Alsander, FORUMLinnéa Lundmark, SDSN Youth Northern Europe Banafsheh Hejazi, City of StockholmViktor Sundman, UNA Sweden (D) Sucess Factors behind Progress - How do we reach and finance the SDGs?Aart De Geus, Bertelsmann StiftungMats Ringborg, AmbassadorKajsa B Olofsgård, Ambassador Maja Brisvall, Quantified PlanetJohan Hassel, CEO Global Utmaning 16.30 – End of programme 16.30 – Urban walkTo the boat at Grand Hotel 17.30 – Urban boat tour To the city of Vaxholm 19.00 – Official reception Inauguration of Global Goals Lab Stockholm,Sweden The Swedish independent think tank Global Utmaning (Global Challenge)

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